Putrajaya Wetlands Park (Malay: Taman Wetland) in Putrajaya, Malaysia is believed to be the largest constructed freshwater wetlands in the tropics. It is the first man-made wetland in Malaysia, which includes a Wetland Park (138 hectares) and the wetland areas (1977 hectares).
Located within Taman Wetland Putrajaya, Nature Interpretation Center (also known as Pusat Penghayatan Alam) is a 3-storey facility that offers educational information about natures surrounding the wetlands.
The National Planetarium is the national planetarium of Malaysia. It is a blue-domed structure that is situated on top of a hill in the Lake Gardens at Jalan Perdana, Kuala Lumpur. It is about 120,000 square feet in area.
The first major library established under the National Library Act 1972 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Residing in a huge complex, it has a children department that lets you borrow up to 6 books each month.
Standing majestically with its modern urban design, Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is an awarding-winning go-to place to experience pewter, both as a beautiful piece to be admired and as a craft. Explore the events that will put you in the thick of the tin rush in colonial Malaya, and the founding in 1885 of Royal Selangor, maker of the world’s finest pewter.
A family-oriented and kids friendly public library located in Bandar Baru Sentul UTC building. They often organised kids activities e.g. arts and craft workshop, do check out their Facebook page for latest announcements.
Bukit Jalil Park (Taman Rekreasi Bukit Jalil) is a gigantic 80-acre park in the southern suburbs of Kuala Lumpur.
Activities and facilities here include picnicking, a children's playground, jogging and walking trails, exercise stations, a reflexology path, a heliconia garden, lakes, a dedicated area for people with disabilities and an international garden.
Also known as Chongkak Park, the recreational forest resort is managed by Tourism Selangor.
Activities and facilities here include camping, picnicking, BBQs and bathing in the clear cool water of natural river pools and rapids amid the tall tropical rainforest trees.
If you love adrenaline, speed and excitement then you will love Blastacars Drift Karts! Forget what you thought you knew about karting and entertainment options in Malaysia and prepare for an experience like no other now in the heart of the City on the 5th floor of the Sungei Wang Plaza.
Safe and fun for all ages from 3 years up - Indoor Skydiving simulates the freefall component of outdoor skydiving - without the plane, parachute, or risk. Just lean into the wind assisted by our expert instructors and start flying.
The science museum is located on 8 acres of manicured gardens at Bukit Kiara in north-west Kuala Lumpur. The Centre contains over 1,000 interactive, hands-on exhibits arranged over 12 galleries which are designed to allow visitors to learn by experience.
Malaysia's first interactive telecommunications experience centre. Originally constructed in 1928, this museum has a rich history and information to offer to public in telecommunication industry and its development throughout the decades.
It's a Hit Batting Cages is the first baseball-themed fun park in Malaysia and SE Asia. No eye-watering theme park entrance fees - here you can confidently walk in and enjoy the one-of-its-kind batting cages, carnival games and soon, be sipping on juices and munching on hot dogs. Hit Happy.
A Go Kart circuit located in a R&R stop (near Subang Jaya) along ELITE highway. They have an outdoor circuit suitable also for children > 7 years old, novice drivers can take their mini sprint package for practices and qualifying laps.